The paper tote bag with textures emphasizes luxurious uniqueness on the shopping bag.
Shopping bags made of embossed/textured paper can significantly improve the quality of packaging and bring higher added value to product sales. As a result, merchants in the brand packaging favor textured paper.
A lot of designer shopping bags with textured patterns to make the tote bag more unique
There are many types of embossing patterns. Such as crocodile pattern, lizard pattern, lychee pattern, cloth pattern, twill pattern, plaid pattern, leather pattern, linen pattern, etc.We have hundreds of embossed engraving steel in stock, most commonly used in fancy boutique shopping bags.
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What is embossed/textured paper?
It uses the method of mechanical embossing or crepe paper to create a concave and convex pattern on the surface of the paper or cardboard.
The textured paper enhances its decorative effect by embossing, making the packaging paper more textured., It has become more and more common to use embossed paper in gift bags. Color dyed paper such as offset paper, coated paper,
Is it worth using textured paper?
Gift boxes and shopping bags made of textured paper can significantly improve the quality of packaging and bring higher added value to product sales. As a result, merchants in the brand packaging favor textured paper.
How to create paper embossing or texturing?
Texturing or embossing could create both during the paper-making process and after the papermaking process.
The pulp passes through a soft felt during the papermaking process to create a unique texture to paper. The texture of such embossed paper is natural and will not damage the fibers of the paper itself.
The post-embossing process uses mechanical pressure to create patterns on the paper by engraving steel. The advantages of post-embossing are simple and low cost, but it would damage the paper fibers and affect the printing quality of the paper.